VAN HALEN Singer Releases Another Episode Of 'The Roth Show' (Video)

VAN HALEN singer David Lee Roth has uploaded another episode of "The Roth Show", which features him warming up with THE O-JAYS' "Love Train" before a recording session, hanging with his herding dogs, riding helicopters, jamming on his acoustic guitar, dancing and various other shenanigans. Check it out below.

Guitarist Eddie Van Halen is currently recuperating at home after having intestinal surgery last month. The band came off the road midway through a summer tour and will resume its live performance sometime in 2013.

Eddie's son and bass player, Wolfgang, has been keeping busy by playing in Mark Tremonti's touring band.

The band has been supporting its new album, "A Different Kind Of Truth", VAN HALEN's first album in 14 years and first with Roth since 1984.

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